Coronavirus: West Bengal, Mizoram extend lockdown
Mizoram will be under lockdown for two more weeks from tomorrow, and Bengal until June 30.
Mizoram and West Bengal on Monday announced that they will extend their respective statewide lockdowns amid rising coronavirus cases. The states’ announcement came on the day malls, restaurants and religious places across India opened as part of “Unlock 1”. The Mizoram government said it will extend the lockdown in the state by two more weeks from June 9. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, meanwhile, said that the lockdown in her state will be extended till June 30, according to ANI.